Welcome to Workshop @Ticcas and thanks for joining in the discussion. I'm sure you'll find lots of great information, advice and inspiration here on the site. And plenty of like-minded community members.
I'm sure @ProjectPete will be happy to answer your question about the sliding door. Please post again soon. I'm looking forward to reading about your own projects and plans.
Thanks @Ticcas - very proud of this project! No issue with the sliding door as I ended the benchtopon the outside of the 'frame' (brick wall) if that makes sense, ie. I didn't cut the wood to fit into the sliding door recess.
Is that what you meant?
Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the community. It's great to have you join us. I'm sure you will find plenty of useful advice, information and inspiration on Workshop. I trust you also have projects you can share to inspire others!
Please let me know if you ever need a hand getting the most from the site.
@dmck Its actually just a couple of Tasmanian Oak project panels from our good friends at Bunnings
Hi @ProjectPete I know this is an old project but I love the fact that you have shared with us on workshop the major steps involved in completing your laundry re -model. It's so neat, with clean lines and so easy - user friendly.
My laundry is a bit dated and has a floor waste on the outside only, meaning it looks like it has one that maybe got filled as there isn't one in the actual laundry, which I've discovered since we hit level 4 water restrictions Nov gone, and I'd had to count how many times I've flooded the laundry, but that's another story I won't get into. (or I may just swear!)
I would dearly love some more storage, but for now there is nothing really wrong with the laundry, besides the missing floor waste, so I can't justify doing anything in there so I've put in some shelves to help out.
Thanks again for all your amazing information I appreciate it and can see so many others feel the same.